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KinderKraft Comfort Up Group 1,2,3 Car Seat - £32.95 @ PreciousLittleOne (C&C)
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KinderKraft Comfort Up Group 1,2,3 Car Seat - £32.95 @ PreciousLittleOne (C&C)

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Posted 7th Aug 2018Edited by:"steryder"
First post, but thought this might be of use to someone I've ordered one for myself and my partner, seems to have good reviews and looks good for the price and the saving as should be £104.99.
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Good deal... Wait for the "rear facing only" police though.
ahenners07/08/2018 10:48

Good deal... Wait for the "rear facing only" police though.


Yeah, selfish pigs trying to encourage people to keep their kids as safe as possible for as long as possible!
steryder
"I've ordered one for myself and my partner"

Won't you be to big for it... ...or are you both toddlers?
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Great deal! Congrats on your first post, OP
Good Price Heat Added
Good deal... Wait for the "rear facing only" police though.
Never was £105 lol. Good price though
If you have an expensive car seat you don’t want to risk damaging, this is ideal to take on the plane for on holiday instead of paying a hire car rental.
Good price, however this item costs around £50 in most places and not £100+ !
piper1st20 m ago

If you have an expensive car seat you don’t want to risk damaging, this is …If you have an expensive car seat you don’t want to risk damaging, this is ideal to take on the plane for on holiday instead of paying a hire car rental.


Good idea
Good spot. Heat added. As mentioned the rear facing only brigade will be along shortly.
steryder
"I've ordered one for myself and my partner"

Won't you be to big for it... ...or are you both toddlers?
NewBorn21 m ago

steryder"I've ordered one for myself and my partner"Won't you be to big …steryder"I've ordered one for myself and my partner"Won't you be to big for it... ...or are you both toddlers?


When theres a will theres a way, were both big kids at heart (excited), it's clearly not for us personally but good try at humour
we used to have one like this, got it from groupon for around the same price a year or two ago, really did not rate it, the thing didnt seem to fit in the car very well. It seemed loose no matter how much I tightened it in the car I could move it 3-4 inches in any direction (fitted as per instructions & youtube videos). I decided to get an Isofix seat instead. I am normally a bargain hunter but not at the cost of a poor performing childs car seat.

Like I say the one I bought was slightly different but from the same manufacturer so just a pre-warning that it will probably fit like ours did. I hope you dont have the same issues as I did!

See the attached link for the specific one we got:groupon.co.uk/dea…-50
Good price but not much good in the event of an accident which kind of defeats the point. Look for a rear facing seat if you like your children.
£13.95 del
ahenners07/08/2018 10:48

Good deal... Wait for the "rear facing only" police though.


Yeah, selfish pigs trying to encourage people to keep their kids as safe as possible for as long as possible!
Be aware these take about a month to get delivered, they wait to do a big bulk order from manufacturers . So if your looking for something straight away now then better off looking elsewhere.
Kindercraft also do a really nice next one up from this, (Its on par with the cybex Pallas without the front impact shield) it's got a plastic shell to it and it can be isofix or non isofix. Thing the same people sell it for around the £50 Mark. We've got 3 in our car and they look really comfy for the price. They don't have the harness at all though so I think that's a group 3 seat.
Aliwoo1844 m ago

Yeah, selfish pigs trying to encourage people to keep their kids as safe …Yeah, selfish pigs trying to encourage people to keep their kids as safe as possible for as long as possible!


Look I get that they are safer, it's the way that the comments of similar threads generally ram it down your throat rather than letting people make an informed choice for themselves.
Get one if you want to get rid of your kid...horrible!
Roburto7th Aug 2018

we used to have one like this, got it from groupon for around the same …we used to have one like this, got it from groupon for around the same price a year or two ago, really did not rate it, the thing didnt seem to fit in the car very well. It seemed loose no matter how much I tightened it in the car I could move it 3-4 inches in any direction (fitted as per instructions & youtube videos). I decided to get an Isofix seat instead. I am normally a bargain hunter but not at the cost of a poor performing childs car seat.Like I say the one I bought was slightly different but from the same manufacturer so just a pre-warning that it will probably fit like ours did. I hope you dont have the same issues as I did!See the attached link for the specific one we got:https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/gg-groupon-goods-global-gmb-h-625-50


Yep, should definitely try in car before buying.
Aliwoo1807/08/2018 16:43

Yeah, selfish pigs trying to encourage people to keep their kids as safe …Yeah, selfish pigs trying to encourage people to keep their kids as safe as possible for as long as possible!



You could try never taking them out in a car - a lot safer!
Carldiff07/08/2018 22:19

You could try never taking them out in a car - a lot safer!


Not really the same though is it, being able to buy a forward or rear facing seat is a realistic tangible choice (probably one without too much of a cost implication), whereas for the majority I'd assume it's not an option for their child to avoid travelling by road at some point before the age of 2/3. Like everything else, it's one of those topics where people will try to guilt or judge others (along with breast feeding or not, using dummies, methods of potty training, whether or not to use the "perfect prep" machine and a million other things). As far as I'm aware, however, rear facing is statistically considered safer therefore it's understandable that (if fortunate enough to be able to afford whatever seat you desire) you might be inclined to pay more for a statistically safer seat, who knows though, if your child is forward facing and your vehicle is hit at speed from the rear, the outcome might be better than if the child was rear facing.
Aliwoo1807/08/2018 22:57

Not really the same though is it, being able to buy a forward or rear …Not really the same though is it, being able to buy a forward or rear facing seat is a realistic tangible choice (probably one without too much of a cost implication), whereas for the majority I'd assume it's not an option for their child to avoid travelling by road at some point before the age of 2/3. Like everything else, it's one of those topics where people will try to guilt or judge others (along with breast feeding or not, using dummies, methods of potty training, whether or not to use the "perfect prep" machine and a million other things). As far as I'm aware, however, rear facing is statistically considered safer therefore it's understandable that (if fortunate enough to be able to afford whatever seat you desire) you might be inclined to pay more for a statistically safer seat, who knows though, if your child is forward facing and your vehicle is hit at speed from the rear, the outcome might be better than if the child was rear facing.



Thank you for your reasonable reply to my massively facetious post
Carldiff9 h, 36 m ago

Thank you for your reasonable reply to my massively facetious post


Sorry, I assumed you were being serious - there's usually some hippie ready to tell you how they get around in a cardboard box powered by potato peelings and don't need to vaccinate their kids because they don't allow them to stray more than 3ft away from the back door (as well as the fact that the "common" viruses aren't intelligent enough to infect them or their little darlings).
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